Welltodo Today: Whole Foods’ Losing Streak, Lululemon’s Latest Threat, Disrupting Distribution

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Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Why This Brand Could Be The Next Lululemon

Leslie Denby grew frustrated at finding the right athletic clothes for the retail business at her brother’s fitness studios in Houston, Texas. She was the buyer for the studio’s clothing section and while she saw lots of options but many didn’t have the fit or style she wanted.

Adidas built a pop-up store that uses high-tech sensors and lasers to build you custom clothes

Adidas is testing out a new way to attract customers and keep up with trends. The German athletic-wear company has launched a pop-up store in Berlin that will scan your body, design you a custom sweater, knit it for you in the store, and have it ready for you in four hours.

BevNET Podcast Ep. 50: The Dirty Way To Disrupt Distribution; Why Change Is Progress – BevNET.com

Included in this edition of the BevNET Podcast are interviews with Dirty Lemon’s Zak Normandin and Alpha Dominche’s Thomas Perez, exploring how outside-the-box thinking shaped their respective companies.

The Best Wearable Tech And Fitness Gadgets Of 2017

As technology becomes smaller, smarter and integrated into everything, wearing it has quickly become a social standard. Whether it’s smartwatches, fitness trackers, or even apparel, tech you can wear to keep tabs on your fitness levels is more popular than ever, and is set to be even bigger this year.

Barrecore to open seventh London studio

Boutique fitness brand Barrecore will be opening its seventh London studio in Moorgate next month. The 800sq m (8,611sq ft) facility is nearby Moorgate Station and the Crossrail Station, which is due to be completed in 2018. Sharing space with Digme Fitness, an indoor cycling concept, Barrecore will be offering two studios, a retail area and a juice bar.

Whole Foods is losing at its own game

It wasn’t too long ago that John Mackey was considered a pioneer. The Whole Foods CEO was at the forefront of a new movement in organic produce when he opened his first store in 1980 and went on to create the largest organic supermarket chain in the US.

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